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J Oregoa city Mala Sunday j
brisk southerly wind.
4 Oregon RIn Huaday; south-
VOI. II-No. 120.
OREGON CITY GIRL
MIR. JIBlt tUCKtlt BARACINO
010 NOT KNOW OUN
PULLED TRKXOt JUST FCX FUN
0j Hr Parents I Wedding
Causes Coupl t f I Lm
It Happy On.
X)H ANGK1JW. No. ll-ISpec
mi) " do not know now It all hap
pened. Tb gun was In my band.
My buaband aald II wu nut loaded.
II wet tiandlng be for m. My
Inter wa. on lb trigger. Then an
trrealatlbl dealr crept over ma to
(Krh my finger, ju.t to see If tb
trUier would work. did not awn
know tb gun wa pointed toward my
husband. Titan rim tba explosion.
It am4 lo ma to tbaka tb room.
. I dlJ not a my buaband fall. I
did nut know ba waa abot.'t ut hit
body on tb floor. I knelt at hit bead
and aaked blm to speak to ma, but
he waa dead."
la tba word, told between aobt
and convulekoae of grief abaklug br
Under fram, Mr. Jessie Burnceno,
formerly of Oregoa City, th pretty
American brid of a Italian, told tba
iry of tb accident! shouting which
reused lb death of th man lo whom
ha waa married twetv daya iro.
"W wr r"y happy." lb girl
aid. "I met Mr. Barareno a year
a.o It waa after I ram lnch from
buainese collet In Bpokan. II con
ducted grorery la Oregon -City and
railed tbr oa day to Mak pw
chase Tbaa I ralUd again. I rould
n help loving blm,
-)la aald ba rould not balp loving
ma: than b railed at my hous. My
family objected to lb marriage be
raua ba waa a foreigner. W derld
ed to com to U Aagelea to l mar
ried "My buaband had a beautiful voire.
I played on tb piano. We war prac
ticing tb opera together. II waa
fond of mail. So waa I. W (pent
many a happy hour together tinging
tnd playing. Then thla earn"
Th widowed bride went oa
h alow crept arroaa her fare: "Only
twelve daya ago w arrived la Loe
Angalea and war married and rented
n apartment II brought ma aome
Ml of roualo and we played and
tang I had never Imagined w rould
be ao happy.
"Nlrk waa moving a trunk Into a
rorner. Th gun waa la lb path of
tba trunk. I picked It up and aaked
Mm If It waa loaded. II told m
It w not. I Angered tb gun. I did
not know where It pointed, la fart I
ran t tell how It happened. It waa all
dona ao qulrhly, I only know that my
Anger waa oo tb trigger Than I
felt I muat anap It Just for fun. I
bore down oa It Juat a little. It did
not yield, and I pulled a little harder.
Tbe hot followed and th flaab and
vlae ronfuaed m for a moment. '
ball turned, xpctlng to b rblded
for allowing th gun to go off. and
half wondering what the neighbor
would think of tb note."
is heard by jury
The evidence In th ault of John
Hlrlinor, a poneer of Clarkamaa coun
ty, againat th Portland Cement Com
pany for possession of a atrip of land
In lot 1, block I, Houlh Oawego. wat
beard by a Jury Jn Judge Campbell'
' Jiirt Saturday. Th argument will
"f mad Tuesday after which th
case will go to th Jury. Blrhner aakt
pejislon of th land and $175 dam
lea. An altercation between Rich
Her. hi aon. Henry, and Aman Moore,
president of th Portland Cement
Company, which la building a 11,000,.
100 plant at Oawego, over he owner
hip of the land occurred tome time
o Th elder Wchner wat wounded
n th head and Moor alo waa
wounded. Bonn after th fight Blch
ter sued Moor for damage ana
Moor retaliated, tulng Blchner.
leorg C. nrownell and William
Htone represent th plaintiff and A.
II. Wlnfre. th defendant company.
Ovarojatt and Cravanatta w ar
howing. Our aalaotlon eomprltat
' euch mtka at Alfred Benjamin,
Clothcraft L Byatam and Paragon.
Can you beat thamf 8uoh makaa ar
: only aold by th batt atorat In tht
i 1 2.50 to i35
- Ntat time you'ra'down our way
l tXCLUalVt CL0THIIM
Nl Llk Othr.
Ith and Main .
Imiiiircr nnniirn !ir
uhwac rm uh
IS FOR MONARCHY
YUAN DtCLARKS THAT fU PUB
LIC CANNOT Bt CSTAB
LltHCO AT PRCSINT.
FOREIGN WTERfTOCE FEARED
Banewed FlgMIng Thought Prellnv
Inary t Attach on Han
VangW la Being
PKKIN. Nov. It. Premier Yuan
8hl Kal believe that China cannot
eatabllah a republic with aufflclent
dlaatcb lo prevent foreign Interfer
ence. Therefore, he It endeavoring
to re-ettabllah th monarchy. Tbla la
hit preaent attitude, at eipretaed and
Implied to member of th National
Ataembly, foreign Mlulalere and oth
er whom he baa neen.
The Premier bellevet. cr pretend
to believe, that the provlncea of Chi ll
and Mo-nan ar aafe, although It It
well known that main force la all
that retalna them to th Government.
He aayt th maatea In moat of tba
provlncet ar rebellloua. but that the
province aeceded without giving tb
uhject much thought and that a Httl
preaaur would bnug them bark to
th fold, particularly If Wu rang I
Rome member of the legation
think that Yuan Bhl Kal ha the cap
ture of Wu Fang In view and that
th renewed fighting around Hankow
yeaterdav and today I preliminary to
an attack upon Han Yang. Additional
troopa are being aent eoutn. but the
eiplanailon given by the Premier la
that thiy ar Intended to relnforc
loyal troopa In llo-nan.
Yuan declared today that th fight
Th. funeral of Wllllim dimming,
aJSl c'lerTand aon of Mr. H.,..
Montour, was nem i "
Inn church Saturday afternoon at z
o'clock, the tervlcea being conductei
. .. ii.. I II
i jiniiHitorotlKn. iui
...i-.. r mhich the deceased waa
a member, attended in a body. The
floral piece wr numerous and mog
nlflcent. and were from the Artl.an.
pegree learn of th Knight, and La
ulca of Security. Poatofflc employe.,
young men from th. Montour board
Ing boM. many from friend..
The Mdle. quartet of the Pre.bvte -Inn
church, composed of Mr. K. H.
' . ..- u; is tsreen. Mrt. Leon
T;'.'.nd M7t. AI.nFrot. Im
prea.lv.ly rendered om ,
We'll iTiidorstanu.- u.-- ...... -- .
H-antltul Ule of
waa III aiouniaiu i" nii " vt-x.i.. In
" l A,i.r.on. who, ..tray. Remalna at Nehalem In
" ""."v. Mr. William Harvey
Inspector, had charge of tb service.
The pallbearer., all P""loffl
nloye. wer. Wllll.m B. Howell. Carl
joehnke. noy Trulllnger. John WcW
son. Frank Fug n Frnk ,,,ea:
rtrlcka Th poatofflc waa closed
from I to 6 o'clock out of respect to
th memory of Mr. Cumrolngs. ,
Mr. cummlng. wa. th. onjjr ton of
Mrs. Halen Montour with whom Mr
Cummlogs lived 11. bad b Ma a rel
.lent of Or.ton City for i i r
Mr. Cummlng. la nrvlved by hi.
mother. Mrs. Montour and alt ur,
Mra J. W. Daveniwrt, of thlt city.
Hit father died about twelve year,
ago. - . ' ' """" '
WtCKLY CNTCRPRISC ESTABLISHED 1566
OREGON CITY, OREGON, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1911.
THANKSGIVING CALAMITY OF TH$
HANDSOME ROYAL CHILD
frliwMi Marie ef Beumanla, Whe
Will Ba Twelve Dea. 27. 1911
SCHOOL TEACHER TO -
WFD PORTLAND MAN
teater O. Fellow, a clerk In th
Portland poatofric. and Mitt Alio
E. Hitter, a young tchool teacher of
Needy, will b married at tb flap
tint paraonag thla afternoon by th
Rev. 8. A. Hayworth. Tbe ceremony
will be tolemnlted at 8 o'clock. Mia
Hitter hat taught in thlt county
tevernl yetrt. Mr. Fellowa it a ton of
OrUndo Fellowa. ot Highland, and a
roualnofMlat Iva Hirrlngton. Deputy
County Clerk, of Clackamna county.
Judge Campbell officiated Saturday
at the marriage of Mlaa Amy Denny
and William Waat, of Portland.
HAWLEY COMING HERE
TO INSPECT CANAL
rnn.r..unn llawley will com
here November 28 to Inspect th
We.t Side '.nd route, auggested
; v .
announced that he will apend all of
the following dny In this city. A Com
mercial Club commltto, probably,
will go with Mr. Hawley when he in
spects the Kicks. The Congressman
la making a tour of the district and
hi schedule It at follows: Novem
ber 1 addretaea rural high school at
Onkvllie In vening; November 80,
Foreat Grov In ooy and Hlllsboro In
evening' November tl. "leaves Hllla
horo. arriving at Tillamook In the af
ternoon; November 12. leaves TUla
mook in the morning by boat for Bay
oi.. .nrt n.rlbaldl. spending short
am a. n n w I 'if v biiiii i ii n trrrv: a,i ai k no-
.rne -"la, by team and
. - niy.. whnrt ba will
' " .. for insnectlon of th
i.. Mnvemher !3. leavet No-
hnlem via Hlllshoro and Portland for
Attorla; November 24. Aatorla .nd
Clatsop county; November 15. t Co
lumbia county! November 20. - ad
dre.aes Salem Y. M. C. A.:. Novm
her 27 addresses Salem Six o'Clock
Club- November 28. leave. Salom at
a a m. on Oreogona for an Inspection
It th 'Wlllsmette River. Clackamas
Ilaplds and Oregon City lock, arrlv
. ntv on th same after
noon; November 29. Oregon City; De-,
cember 1. Albany. :
If yon ar not reading the Mornlna
Enterprise, why not? Tearnd Bar
gain Period Is now on. See ad on
back pag u t . n,.u . ,
TAFT ATTACKED BY
MCOILL M'CORMICK CRITICIZES
PBC8IOENT FOR TARIFF
PATCCCE COURSE IS SCORED
' , T ; - .
Bupportera, gay Manager, Are Dla
' -appointed Becaua FoMclaa "
Of Rooaevait Have Not
, WASIUNOTON, Nor. 18. (Spee
laL) Firing th opening gun of the
LaFollett campaign for the Repub
lican prealdentlal nomination In 1912.
Medlll McC'ormlrk, on or Senator M.
LaPollette'a political managera, open
ed th direct attack on Prealdent
Taft'a policies In a statement laaued
today In which he severely criticized
"I Imagine that It la not forgotten
that President Tsft'a most active sup
porters In tb 1908 convention were
the verr Republicans who ar now
clival nnnoalnr hla renomlnatlon."
say the ataiement. "They believed-
by - reason of hla association with
Roosevelt, and for other reasons, that
Taft was beat Btted to carry out th
nnflnlahed nollcle of his Dredecessor.
"During tbe first special session of
Congress many were bitterly disap
pointed when Taft algned the tariff
bill. iJiter they were startled by hla
praise, of Senator Aldrlch whom they
held responsible for th tariff law vio
lating Dartv nledajea. They wer
shocked hv hla Winona apeech.
"When th Balllnger-Plnchot con
trovery resulted In tbe dismissal of
Glavla and Pinchot, culminating In
the discovery that the ao-called Wick
ershim report had been antedated b
direction of tb President like many
other progressives, I began to doubt
Mr. Tstt'a quail flcatlona for the Pres
idency. "Senator Cummins waa called to
Washington to attend the executive
mucuses In regard to the railroad bill
but after hla first visit waa never
asked to return. Railroad presidents
called at the White House. Tbe pur
pose of the bill as finally drafted waa
to permit the elimination of competi
tion in the railroad business. The
administration railroad bill went to
r-ongress with a notice that it must
not be touched. In Congress the pro
gressives amended th bill. Th Pres.
Idcnt proceeded to punlMi them. He
as not ashamed to nse his patronage
the Rennbllcsns from dar
ing to differ from him In regard to a
. "In the matter of patronage the
Prestdent'a course can b commend
ed nellher for Its morals. Its logic,
nor Its political wisdom. As Senator
Cummins pointed out. In every prob
lem confronting the administration
the President sided with those oppo
rg the legitimate demands of the
"It Is not that h Is not well mean
Ing, but he I unable to understand
tho' need, of the times and the ap
preciation of the American people,
and Is not even abl to appreciate
his own Inconsistencies."
BACHELOR GIRLS ENTERTAINED.
Mrs. Kenneth Stanton entertained
the members of the nschelor Girls'
ClMb at per home at Gladstone Fri
day evening. Dutch whist wss plsyed,
the prise being won by Miss Helen
rt-Kiitnn. Refreshments were served.
Thou sttendlnc wr . Mis. Mtry
Helen Oau.ton. Ml. ..Bos. Dan UntjJ
Miss Edna C.uflel,-. MIM ra v
field, Miss Msnde tlalOKiy, Mi. ''
nnldsmlth. Miss Beit Gangly, M la
Wvnne Hannv. Mis Uleta Bardm
utu June CharmarL Misa a i men
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FINl WORK OF LATOURKTTK
KtCFB NORTHERNS Rt FROM
MAKING BIOGER BCORE.
place kick rams m out
Princeton, By Winning front Vale
Wlna "Big Four" Champion-"
ehlp Harvard Take Game
PORTLAND Nov. 1 J-Srvoll 1
Out kicked, outplayed, amothered un
der tb a peed and line plunging of th
t'nlvenity of Waablngton'a formida
ble team, flgbtlng gamely to the laat
minute tb Unlveralty of Oregon
went down to overwhelming defeat
today on Multnomah Field by the
ecor of 30 to I.
" Experience waa tb telling factor
In today' gam. Oregon mad a
aplendld fight for a green team, but
It waa up agalnat an aggregation that
worked with tb preclalon of clock
work. Thelr .team work , waa . refect.
Coyle. Sparger, Wand and Mackte
etone played a beautiful gam . for
Washington, wbll . Itoorett waa
th atar for Oregon. - HI handling of
punta brought cbeer upon cbeel om
th crowded grandatand and bleach
era. When Latoarette pulled off a
a particular run of alxty yarda
through a broken field la th third
quarter th crowd went wild. Hla
forward paaalng waa well executed.
Main played a ateady conalatent gam
and Bradahaw, Oregon' right end,
did -aome very neat tackling. H also
handled lla paaaea In a nice manner.
Washington aoored on touchdown
In the firtt quarter, two In th sec
ond tnd on In th fourth. Coyle
kicked goal each tim.
Uatourette mad nice place kick
from tb twenty-yard line In th sec
ond quarter. Thla waa 'Oregon' only
ecora. Latourett made another at
tempt In the third quarter but Waah
Tb rooters of Waahlngton made a
nice showing during th Intermission
between halves. Three hundred of
them In the college colors formed the
letter V. W. on th gridiron. Then
they formed a gigantic O. Oregon'
rooter also farmed their letter and
at tbe aame tim let looa hahdreda
o( colored streamers.
About 10,000 persons saw th gam.
Th lineup follow
Kellogg .., Presley
Bradshsw -. ?Mtton
R. E. .
i F. B.
PRINCETON WINS FROM YALE.
Third Fluk Victory Olvea Tlgera
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Not. 18.
(Special). With three atralght fluke
victories, the Princeton Tigers today
won . the "Big Four" championship
by defeating Yale 6 to S. Th con
test was won by White, the fast Ti
ger left end. to whom may also be
credited the victory over Harvard.
The winning of the championship
this year was decided entirely on
three playa the two sensational
tourhdowna made by White and the
freak field goal by Dawltt, when the
ball took a lncky bounce over tbe goal
posts after having struck ths ground,
and defeated Dartmouth last Satur
day after she had consistently out
played the Tigers.
Prlnceton'a . end. .howed their
speed to good advantage, smothering
the Yale runners on punta. Camp, of
Yale, evened up matters by long
gains around th end after the -lineups,
wblrh. occasionally broke Into
the kU-klng exchanges.
Yale finally getting tbe bull ' on
Princeton's 40-yard line. Then fol
lowed a repetition of the play. which
defeated Harvard when th Crimson
met tbe Orange and Black and by the
tame player. White, tb Prlnctoo lel't
end. After Camp had bn hammer
ed through center. Ketcnnux pasHed
hlKh to Quarterback Howe, bo miss
ed the ball. White broke . through,
scooped tbe ball on the dead rim and
fled toward the Tale gol,wtth tba
Yale eleven at his heels.; Ho firm hid
across tlie Hn amid the thunders of
the crowd, aud Baker kkkod gwal.'
In th second period Prlncef-i
punted to mldfWld. Camp. ft gbtiru?
like a demon smashed the Tlcr Ho
twice for a 10-yard gain each tim.
On the 20-yard line Princeton rallied
and took th ball, punting out of
danger. Camp Anally grabbed a punt
and mad a run to Princeton's 80
yard line. One mora How fell down,
mtsvlng ' a drop kick for th goal.
Yale recovered the ball, however, and
fell back on Camp, who, with Spald
ing, advanced' the plgrkln to th 15-yard-lira,
- Once moie Howe failed to
virtr a-oal and hls-rivaf. Uewitt. whom
"i: ' 2 -hlI Uh.th.
, j - --, - - - , -
'ui.(aiM of SaWitiir ' and Phllhtn,
carrl4 the Jj.lJ t,th.TIr f-yard
Jte. Bl'tt he analB'gTeeied with th
f . a' (C4tHN a) t wo. .
TO BE CANDIDATE
FORMER MAYOR DECLARES HE
NEVER THOUGHT OF EN
im receives c:i mwtz
Andrasen Refuse ' To Discua Can-
dldacea of Dr. Beetle And
Ex-County Judge Race '
To Be Exciting.
E. G. Canflleld, formerly Mayor of
Oregon City, announced Saturday
night that h positively would not be ;
a candidate for th office at th com
ing election. It waa rumored that Mr.
Caufleld had been asked to mak th
race, but he declared that h had
never nad any Intention of doing ao.
Grant B. Dlmlck, Dr. A. l Beatl
and William Andreaen, who ve an
nounced for the office, said Saturday
that they wer In th race to atay.
Mr. Anareaen. who for almost two
week wa tb- only - candidate,- de
clined to mak a atatement regarding
th' tasdldacie. o Dr. Beati. and
JudgwvManlck. Several of Mr. Anre- p"
aen'a frlenda, however, declared that
be would win.
Judge Dimick aald that several
more petition had beea presented to
blm and that he thought all of them
would be In early thla week. He de
clined to express n opinion regard
ing the outcome of th race, A.lde
from announcing that be had beard
petition wer being circulated in hla
behalf. Dr. Beatl refused to talk
about th race.
It la th conaenau of opinion that
there will not be any other candidate
and that the race will be on of the
most exciting ever held la thla city.
Friends of all th candidates are de
claring that their favorltea will, win.
and give reason upon which they
base their opinions. Judge Dimick
aald that he did not Intend to mak
an aggrea.lv campaign, unleaa there
were unexpected development that
neoesstt.ted hla doing ao. - Mr.- Awd
resen announced eeveral- week ago
that h personally did not Intend to
make an active canvass, hut friends
had Intimated they would look oat
for hi "Interest. T " "
Dr. Beatle, who I the only on of
th candidate to outline a platform,
la expected to mak an active cam
paign. ' ',-
"Can a Rich Man Be a Christlanf
Th above aubject will be dlscusaed
at the Baptist church tonight by Rev.
8. A. Hayworth who la preaching a
series of popular Sunday evening aer
mon In the Interest of men and Re
ligion Forward Movement. The In
fluence of rlcbe oa men' lives will
be discussed and their proper mm
pointed out Mr. Hayworth ha mad
a Ufa study of this question and will
discus It from the standpoint of the
teachings of th Nw Testament -
.Tlicre Js nothing that a
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Commttt By Tve traar P.
, era Been In CHy Fri
The poa to Sice, Well-Fargo
Office, and Southern Paclfle Railway
Office, which ar In th aanw batlsV
rag at New Era. were robbed arty
yesterday morning of 180t la goM
Saturday morning of 110 la goM
coin, a $100 money order, and vrl
xpreaa paakagea. Railway tickt
wot acattered over the floor by th
hnt It ta not thowcht . that
anr wer UkeiU Th TWWCar. T
gained admittance to th nsaT) T
removing, a paal of ta fw-t ;-, '
also mad away with 2.
A box of candy w tSk- Caj.
grocery stor whlc 4 ti-4U0!?
building. .. .":; '''v-"".
Jimmies and hr taKraaCa Tf i.
burclars were foaad la. taB- HWC
Sheriff Mats, wh ad tm lavw
gatloa. thlnka It proabJa th the e .
thought they wer ' Itarntrti 'WVV'
they were In th buiUti Jf-'';
a hasty departar. M aya th lot'.
wer of poor qaaUty. Th xowy wS
taken from th safe wfttVV m JKZ
ed by Mrs. Duetln. tba pOtnritr
whan th left Friday vralns. .
combination waa ,., sot krme at ,
how the men open4 th ,at la
myatery. . ' .' -' ' ' ' t-'rif.
Sheriff . Maas say that two saw
wer seen acting aosplckmaly la Nw
Era Friday night, and It la bUr4 ;
(hey ar the men who committed taw A
robbery. " " '
TO BE HD Ql 15
A meeting of th CTactauaaa School
League wa held In County Bupertn
tw.Amn Rin'a nfria Sainrdav eve
ning. , Th purpo of th moetaw.'
was to reach an understanding ry
gardlng th apelllh and arlthmtl
contest that Is being conducUd by the v
it wat decided to hold an , OrtWjk 1
cal contest March li. ' ft li taouJV,"
that many puplla ot th caty
schools will Uk part la that wootsJ.'
A handsome modal will oa, gtr.
the winner. ; ' v
A track meet win be in ; il
either In Oregno City oryCaahy. ,Th f:-J
date will be aaacnmesS later. - a
Ra4 ra Morataf tw-rpru... .- Jv
true woman of refinement ap-
i m..:i,.i. c.a 4 c.:i i i. .
. SusjenMca TjV